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hey, i have a 98 accord and i threw a jdm h22 in there and i'm having issues w/ my fuel rail since its inlet is on the timing belt side and my hose is kinda weird where it won't reach the inlet. anyways i was wondering if the usdm h22 fuel rail is different by having the input on the tranny side. thanks
 

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both the usdm and jdm prelude h22 have the inlet on the tb side...

wont an accord fuel rail fit??? i do know than an accord typeR uses a completely different fuel rail than prelude h22's do. i dont know much else about it, but you might want to look into it...

on second thought, that wouldnt be a good idea, because it wont bolt onto your jdm prelude intake manifold...
 

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thanks man....well...the problem is w/ my hose. i guess i just have to get a really long hose or something...
 

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both the usdm and jdm prelude h22 have the inlet on the tb side...

wont an accord fuel rail fit??? i do know than an accord typeR uses a completely different fuel rail than prelude h22's do. i dont know much else about it, but you might want to look into it...

on second thought, that wouldnt be a good idea, because it wont bolt onto your jdm prelude intake manifold...
When i was at the bird, i saw that either Richard or Jeremy had a different fuel rail than ours. But one of them had one the same desgin as ours too.. The SCO thread that was started in the summer is gone at hs.com, it had pics of rich's and jer's engine bay.
 
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